You Could Have Gagged Me With A Gallup Poll!!! - page 3

I work at a medium sized hospital that belongs to a huge corporation.For anonymity sake I wont say much more than that because I believe several of my sisters in scrubs also post here.I think many of... Read More

  1. by   Otessa
    Yep,

    we've done the Gallup poll but never had the results or the "talking-to" that you have had.
  2. by   TDCHIM
    Asking employees for their opinions and then coaching them into the right answers or yelling at them for "bad attitudes" - that's the most ridiculous, appalling load of crap I've encountered all day (and my kid pooped in the tub tonight)!

    Not only is it unethical, it's STUPID! How short-sighted do you have to be? If you don't do things to improve the problems, you'll just get crummy results or nil participation year after year! Employee aren't brainless, for heaven's sake! They don't care what stupid speech you make once a year thanking them for their efforts, they care about whether management makes an effort to turn around staffing so that people aren't kept hopping with no bathroom break each night or to cut back on unnecessary expenses like redecoration of offices and conference rooms and mass production of beautiful color renditions for every possible report!

    Ugh. How can anyone ever gather reliable data with that kind of stuff going on? I would be furious if I found out that was happening on a survey from which I was supposed to glean meaningful information! Oh yes, employee coaching and intimidation really helps to solve so many problems....
  3. by   Zookeeper3
    Quote from tdchim
    ugh. how can anyone ever gather reliable data with that kind of stuff going on? i would be furious if i found out that was happening on a survey from which i was supposed to glean meaningful information! oh yes, employee coaching and intimidation really helps to solve so many problems....
    lol, sorry but the suits do not want the data or the changes you wish to see. they pay for good numbers to go public with for a pr campaign.

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